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04 August 2019


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Lawrence. Ramatlap

Thank you Emmanuel for shearing this and it is very true in all ways.

Paulus Rabsunam

Thank you Emmanuel for sharing this.

I believe this is also a contributing factor to poverty in PNG. This has apparently decreased disconnection and increased economic opportunity for "Expats" while they were lowered for us locals. We should be looking forward to most people to lift themselves by their bootstraps but this will take time. Our government should really look into this.

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